Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi of Tunisia

trade, investment and tourism, and it welcomes more Chinese investment.
For his party, Ghannouchi said that his visit centers on economic issues and the development of the Mideast situation.
Full Article The Prime Minister since Nov 17, 1999, Ghannouchi is a prominent economist.
Ghannouchi was made int'l co-operation and foreign investment minister in the cabinet reshuffle of 1995 as he replaced Slaheddine Ben M'barek.
Ghannouchi is also credited for an increase in the flow of foreign investments to Tunisia, including Western capital being invested in the country's hydrocarbons sector and other fields of energy.
Highlighting the importance of finding the fundamental reasons for terrorist actions, Ghannouchi said dialogue based on mutual respect, understanding and equality are prerequisites for people from different cultures to live together peacefully.
The Prime Minister since Nov 17, 1999, Ghannouchi is a prominent economist.
Ghannouchi said that he would make further visits to Dubai to boost mutual cooperation in various fields.
Mohamed Ghannouchi was born on 18 August 1941.
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Ghannouchi said that the current financial and economic crisis and its negative impact demand the intensification of efforts to help enterprises overcome the current economic hardships and preserve their production and employment capacities, putting stress on the important role of the world financial and economic situation follow-up committee created to this end, on the President of the Republics instructions.
Ghannouchi said that the enterprises consultative committees represent an ideal framework for dialogue and consultation, to bolster production at the qualitative and quantitative planes, preserve competitiveness, ensure the enterprises viability and reinforce its capacity in matters of employment.
Ghannouchi had held a talk with the Syrian prime minister on the outcome of the preparatory commission of the 8th high joint commission meeting and the agenda of this session.
Speaking at the meeting, Ghannouchi said that Prime Minister Erdogan's visit would make a valuable contribution to acceleration of bilateral relations.
Ghannouchi said that Tunisian and Turkish businessmen should make joint investments in order to further improve economic and commercial relations between the two countries.
Stressing that they had begun making legal arrangements with the aim of adapting Tunisia to international trade, Ghannouchi said that they were planning to develop strategic cooperation with Turkey in culture, tourism, infrastructure and technology.
Referring to recent developments in the Middle East, Ghannouchi said that a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestinian dispute depended on implementation of decisions of the United Nations Security Council.
Ghannouchi said that both Turkey and Tunisia had the same view about territorial integrity and independence of Iraq.
Highlighting importance of international investments in rebuilding process of Iraq, Ghannouchi expressed his hope that stability and security could be provided in Iraq soon.
Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi is the head of government for Tunisia.